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St. Louis Business Expo

March 23, 2017

Meet Area Decision Makers, Grow Your Business At The State’s Largest B2B Conference & Expo Wednesday, April 19, 11am-5pm, St. Charles Convention Center (FREE to attend) “Last year, over 3,000 business owners in St. Louis chose to spend their day at the Conference & Expo meeting area decision makers and growing their businesses.  These businesses […]

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Jeff Koziatek Speaker- Entertainer

March 4, 2017

Jeff Koziatek is here to engage your team, equip them with powerful tools and empower them to grow and ignite their passion! [MeetTV Video]

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Medical, Scientific Meetings Find Good Hosts in K.C., Plant Themselves at St. Louis’ Expanded John Danforth Center

February 21, 2017

By Lisa Lance Whether your organization is rooted in the medical field or you simply want to explore a scientific venue for your next event, Missouri has some great options. Convenience in Kansas City Benita Stennis, director of scientific affairs at the Missouri State Medical Association (MSMA), coordinates the organization’s annual conference. The event alternates […]

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Baseball and All That Jazz

February 21, 2017

 Coming Together in a Prime K.C. Venue By Bill Beggs Jr. Sports and music intersect at a storied Kansas City crossroads. A unique cultural statement is made in the Museums at 18th & Vine, which highlight two important developments in the early 1900s: the national pastime and America’s art form. The Negro Leagues Baseball Museum […]

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A Good Day at Blackwater and in Arrow Rock

February 21, 2017

By Bill Beggs Jr. Folks buzzing east or west along Interstate 70 at mile marker 89 may have no idea the past awaits them just three miles north on Hwy. K in Blackwater, Mo., or that fine theater may be enjoyed only nine miles farther north at the Lyceum in Arrow Rock. The railroad connecting […]

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Learn to Protect Yourself

February 21, 2017

By Det Trent Koppel Krav Maga, aka:”contact combat,” is a self-defense system developed for the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) that consists of a wide combination of techniques sourced from aikido, judo, boxing and wrestling, along with realistic fight training. It is known for its focus on real-world situations and extremely efficient and brutal counter-attacks. Krav […]

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The Saint On the Other River

February 20, 2017

St. Charles Giving the Stl a Run for Its Meetings By Bill Beggs Jr. Saints “Chuck” and “Louie” could almost be neck and neck per capita in the meetings and events business. But to some self-important, provincial St. Louisans, St. Charles is that unknown burg way over yonder on the other bank of the Missouri […]

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All Aboard!:

February 20, 2017

 The Belton, Grandview & KC Railroad offers a ride through history By Lisa Lance Just 17 miles south of Kansas City, you’ll be pleased to discover the small-town charm of Belton, Mo. And if you’re looking to book a historic excursion for your group, look no further than the Belton, Grandview & Kansas City Railroad […]

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Heck No – We Won’t Go:

February 20, 2017

Addressing Legislative Developments in Event Contracts By Barbara F. Dunn O’ Neal Esq You don’t have to look too far nowadays to hear about a state or local community adopting a law or regulation which has the effect of discriminating against a subset of the population due to a person’s race, sex, sexual preference, gender […]

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Longstanding Area Hotel Associations Serve K.C., St. Louis

February 20, 2017

Members of the hotel associations in Kansas City and St. Louis share everything from best practices with one another to presenting a united front to state, city and other local government entities. While properties as a whole benefit from cooperation, each one may, as well. Known as the “Voice of Hospitality” since its establishment in […]

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